Thursday, June 23, 2016
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Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Five Star Review:
What is it about poetry that sparks an interest in me? When I received I Passed This Way by Patricia Crandall, I was anxious for her imagery about the four seasons. Her perception of what she saw emanated in the words of her poetry. You can see as you take a walk with her through the snow of winter, fallen leaves in the fall, heat of the summer breeze and the buds of the new growth of spring. Her words flows effortlessly bringing the scene right to your doorstep as you relive it with her. It’s like taking your first step in the snow or smelling the changes in the different seasons. Your senses are heightened with each poem. I recommend this book of poetry and hope you receive the same sensations that I did. It would make a great gift for that person in your life that enjoys the breathless wonder of nature. Catherine MacDonald http://tinyurl.com/nf3mf97
Hello, I am a virtual assistant for authors. I have an author that has written a short poetry book about the emotional journey of grief. In her case, she lost her husband. This book could help others with the grieving process, as Aline Soules has done, and can foster discussion about grief among groups and individuals to reassure them that they are not alone. Her poetry chapbook is: Evening Sun: A Widow's Journey -- http://tinyurl.com/mczlfpy
Through her poems in Evening Sun, Aline Soules reflects on her journey through widowhood, chronicling her emotions--despair, anger, longing, love, and reconciliation.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me. Aline is willing to send a free book or e-book for advance review.
Thursday, June 2, 2016